A look back at the global impact of Columbia faculty research through this innovative fund.
The event was part of a PGIF research project led by Page Fortna, Columbia Professor of US Foreign and Security Policy.
REACH aims to bridge the gap in health literacy and health care access among refugee and local youth in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan.
“Youth-led Advocacy Initiative for Global Citizenship, Responsibility, and Cooperation”
Panelists explored the health inequities that persist among the LGBT community and how public policies can – and should – help address that gap.
This project aimed to to improve access for young refugees to health information and services in Turkey.
Columbia experts met with local co-investigators and advance their study on research gaps on sexual minority health in Chile.
Columbia faculty visited Chile to work on the project “Massive entry of renewable energy: Operation, storage and intermittency.”
This one-day Conference is part of the Columbia-China Musculoskeletal Genetic Project led by Columbia Engineering Professor Edward Guo.
Master’s students learn lessons on disaster recovery research from Chile's devastating 2018 wildfire
Grace Dickinson and Shoshana Sheinfeld, both GSAAP'20, studied disaster recovery in Chile after the country’s worst wildfire in modern history.
The Earth Institute is working with the Santiago center and local partners to help co-design, co-develop and implement the project in Chile.